Monday, August 22, 2011

Which wonderful desserts will you be sharing this week?

Which wonderful desserts will you be sharing with all of us this week? It's time to link up.

Here are some fun desserts! I love highlighting some of your desserts and linking back to you. This is just a small sampling of what caught my interest last Monday:

Raspberry Bites - a super easy dessert made with store-bought puff pastry and raspberry jam (or any other flavor.) It was shared by Ewa of Blueberry Craft and Hobby Time.


Healthy Oatmeal CookiesJulie at Just Winging It shared a cookie recipe full of healthy ingredients including oatmeal, raisins, sunflower seeds and wheat germ. Of course there's tasty brown sugar for lots of energy, too.


Special Dark Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Icing - Andie at The Wednesday Baker shares a cake so tasty that she made it twice in one week, and a cupcake version too. Grab your forks!


Butterscotch Gems - Concetta at Concetta's Cafe knows how to feed her family and guests. She invites us to try her own melt-in-your-mouth-goodness as an after school treat, to pack in your lunch, or as an anytime snack.


Phil's Cinnamon Puffs - Candy of Candy Girl takes cooking classes from a local chef and legend in Central Kentucky, and this recipe is her favorite from the latest class she took.


Zucchini Cobbler Tastes Like Apple Pie?! - Gina of At Home My Way told us that this zucchini cobbler tastes just like apple pie! Can you believe it? I dare you to give it a try! It gets 5 stars from the Taste of Home reviewers. Unfortunately, there was no picture for us to admire.

If you follow basic linky party etiquette, I thank you. All your hostesses and fellow bloggers will appreciate it and you will benefit too. You will find that you are helping your own blogs become more popular and helping the foodie community remain a friendly community. Because of those who don't follow such etiquette, I'm saddened to say that for the first time in almost 4 years of blogging, I will have to resort to deleting those who abuse the use of the linky parties here at Joy of Desserts. For basic linky party etiquette you MUST: Follow the linky party theme; link directly to your participating posts; link back to all your hostesses on each participating post (NOT a different page), and don't just link and run. Please do your best to visit fellow participants and leave them a comment. Thank you!

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Was your link deleted? Just following basic blogging etiquette, would prevent that.
Deleted - Chocolate Almond Chip Coconut Milk Ice Cream
Deleted - Guest Blogger and Oreo Pie
Deleted - Giveaway and sponsored post for banana split dessert
Deleted - 25 Delicious Slow Cooker Recipes     
Deleted - Simplistic Bread Pudding
Deleted - Angry Bird Cupcakes

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  1. Happy Monday Joy! I've linked up our Pear & Walnut Madeleines Puddings this week. Enjoy!
    BTW, Happy Birthday this month :) - Cares

  2. What great choices you made. They all look fantastic. I linked up a wonderful rice pudding. Come over and visit and check it out.

  3. Hi Joy! Good reminder on proper linky gets irritating when people just link and run and/or don not link back...grrr. I linked up a Chilled soup that could be used as a dessert for sure or a starter! I just wanted to link something up! Take CAre.

  4. Cares: Thank you for the birthday wishes and for linking up your delicious recipe.

    Carolinaheartstrings: :-) Love rice pudding. I'll be right over.

    Trish: Thank you for the support my friend. It's irritating even when it is on other hostesses' blogs. It hurts everyone, even the culprits. I guess they just don't understand. I've had chilled soups for dessert. They can be so delicious and refreshing. Can't wait to see yours. :-)

  5. Thanks for featuring me and all of your kind comments on my blog. I look forward to being a regular link up participant!

  6. oh, thank you so much for featuring my raspberry bites :)
    I linked my raspberry cake recipe, I had the post uo already on Sunday and I just forgot to link up
    have a lovely week :)

  7. Dearest Joy,
    We have been in Panama City all week with our family so I was unable to get a sweet dessert linked up! I am so sad to have missed participating in your party - but I will be back for Vintage Thursday!
    Thank you so much for featuring my cookies! You always make me feel so special and make my day to be among these extraordinary treats!
    Have a great day my friend!

  8. Hi Joy, I know there are more ice cream recipes out there than we can ever make, but I wanted to share the chocolate ice cream recipe my sister sent me. It's easy, and it works without an ice cream machine.

    Thanks for hosting,

  9. Candy: I'm looking forward to more of your great recipes. :-)

    Ewa: Thanks for linking, Ewa.

    Concetta: I hope you are having a great visit in Panama. Thank you for taking the time to comment even from vacation. You are so sweet. Have fun.

    Carolinaheartstrings: :-) Thanks.

    Winelady Cooks: I can never get too many ice cream recipes. I make ice cream so often. Thank you for participating.


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